The St. John's campus covers a total area of approximately 220 acres. It is divided by Prince Philip Drive, a four-lane arterial road that runs east to west across the campus. To the south, the boundary is Elizabeth Avenue; to the north, Long Pond and Kelly's Farm. The western boundary follows Westerland Road, west along Prince Philip Drive and north along Wicklow Street; on the east, the campus is bounded by Higgin's Line and adjoins the St. John's Arts & Culture Centre property on Allandale Road.
On the campus to the south of Prince Philip Drive are the Arts and Administration, Science, Chemistry-Physics, Education (G.A. Hickman), Mathematics (Henrietta Harvey), Physical Education, Biotechnology, Facilities Management and Music (M.O. Morgan) buildings; as well as the Queen Elizabeth II Library, Inco Innovation Centre, Paton College residence complex, Burton's Pond Apartments, Campus Childcare Inc., and a number of smaller buildings. The Works recreation complex was opened in 2002, comprising the Aquarena, Field House and other sports and recreation facilities on campus. Spanning Prince Philip Drive is the Smallwood Centre, containing student services and student union operations, as well as recreation and dining facilities.
North of Prince Philip Drive are the Health Sciences Centre incorporating the Faculty of Medicine, the School of Nursing, the School of Pharmacy, and the General Hospital Corporation; the Engineering (S.J. Carew), the Alexander Murray, the Faculty of Business Administration, and the C-CORE (Captain Robert A. Bartlett) buildings, St. John's College, Coughlan College, Queen's College, Spencer Hall, and the Fisheries and Marine Institute on Ridge Road. The National Research Council's Institute for Ocean Technology is also located on the north side of the campus. Slightly further north is the Memorial University of Newfoundland Botanical Garden. The Ocean Sciences Centre is located to the west at Logy Bay.
The Fisheries and Marine Institute is headquartered on Ridge Road in St. John's, and is Canada's leading centre of education, training, applied research and technology transfer for the ocean industries. As part of Memorial University of Newfoundland, Marine Institute offers degrees, advanced diplomas, diplomas of technology, certificates in such fields as marine transportation, food and water quality, naval architecture, aquaculture, coastal zone management and marine environmental.
The institute has a number of state-of-the-art centres and units, including the Offshore Safety and Survival Centre (OSSC), the Safety Emergency and Response Training Centre (SERT), the Centre of Marine Simulation (CMS), the Centre for Aquaculture and Seafood Development (C-ASD), MI International and the Centre for Sustainable and Aquatic Resources (C-SAR). These areas lead to the institute in applied research and technology transfer and also provide training to a variety of industry clients.
Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Campus stands on a magnificent 185-acre site with a spectacular view of the city of Corner Brook and the Bay of Islands. Located on University Drive, Grenfell College's small campus features four academic buildings. The Arts and Science building was the original building which opened in 1975; it houses administrative offices, academic classrooms and labs, recreational facilities, a student residence and bookstore. The Fine Arts building, which opened in 1988, features state-of-the-art facilities for theatre and visual arts programs. The Library and Computing building opened in 1995 and contains the Ferris Hodgett Library, a computer lab and lecture hall facilities. The Student Centre, an annex to the Arts and Science building, opened in 1997, provides dining and recreational space for the student population, as well as the offices of the Grenfell College Student Union. The Forest Centre, which houses classroom, lab and lecture space, as well as the offices of the Western Newfoundland Model Forest, the Canadian Forest Service and other partners, opened in 1998. In 2002, Grenfell College expanded its residence space by opening eight chalet-style apartment buildings.
- Trustees in the United Kingdom
- Prof. M. Gibbons, Chairman
- Mr. K. Archer, Vice-Chairman
- Dr. A. Perry
- Ms. J. Platt
- Mr. M. Priestley
- The Honourable Edward Roberts
- Canadian Trustees (Ex-officio)
- Chairman, Board of Regents
- The President
- Vice-President (Academic) or Associate
- General Manager
- Ms. Sandra Wright
In 1966 the Board of Regents approved the establishment of a small residential campus at Harlow, Essex approximately midway between London and Cambridge. The campus has gone through extensive modernisation in 2002 and the newly refurbished campus is designed to meet the needs of today's students - those from Memorial University of Newfoundland wishing to study in Europe and those in Europe interested in pursuing studies at Harlow Campus. Additionally the campus is now ideally suited for executive programs, corporate retreats and conferences, with technologically equipped meeting facilities and residence accommodations for up to 50, as well as excellent food service capacity.
The main campus building is a converted 19th century Maltings (formerly used for drying barley for brewing) - accommodating 40 students in high quality twin ensuite accommodation, which can be converted to single accommodation when required. In addition there is a purpose designed single bedroom for a disabled guest, with roll in shower and toilet facilities. A further 10 students can be accommodated in Cabot House, a self-contained residence house in a 17th century cottage with 4 twin rooms and 2 single rooms all with shared facilities.
Each bed in both the Maltings and Cabot House has a direct dial inward telephone and computer point with internet access (for use with personal lap-top computers).
The campus has three fully self-contained faculty properties each with one double and one twin room. These are two apartments at 44 and 46 Market Street and St. John's Cottage.
Conference/training space is available in St. John's House, which is the main lecture hall situated in a converted Victorian Schoolhouse. The lecture hall is fully networked and has audio visual connectivity. Flexible seating arrangements means the facility can comfortably accommodate up to 25 delegates. Additional conference/training space is available in the Lord Taylor Room situated in the Maltings. This conference room is fully networked and has flexible seating arrangements accommodating up to 20 delegates.
The Resources Room in the Maltings accommodates the library and small computer suite (which is set up to be additional teaching space when required). An area of the room is designed to be quiet space with study cubicles and comfortable seating.
There are a number of scholarships, bursaries and awards available to students wishing to attend Harlow. For further information refer to the Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards section.
Specific enquires about academic programs offered at Harlow should be directed to the appropriate Dean/Director/Principal or Dr. M. Collins, Associate Vice President (Academic) in writing to the Office of the Associate Vice-President (Academic), Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL, A1C 5S7, or by telephone at (709) 737-3259 or (709) 737-8411, or by fax at (709) 737-6978.
General enquiries about the Harlow Campus should be directed in writing to Ms. Sandra Wright, General Manager, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Harlow Campus Trust, The Maltings, St. John's Walk, Market Street, Harlow, Essex CM17 OAJ, UK., or by telephone at 011 44 1279 455900, or by fax at 011 44 1279 455999, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Up to date information on the campus and academic programs is available on the web page at www.mun.ca/harlow.